Job Board search software

Subject: Job Board search software
From: steve <steve -at- SOFTLINESYSTEMS -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 07:56:39 -0800

A couple of months ago someone mentioned some software that searched all the
major job boards automatically. I've searched the archives but couldn't find
the reference. Does anyone remember the name or where I could find it? Only
for future reference ;)

Steven Ward
Technical Writer

Still happily employed at:

Softline Systems Inc. Fax: (604) 266-1949 Phone: (604) 266-1995
850-1200 West 73rd Ave. Vancouver, B.C.
Email: steve -at- softlinesystems -dot- com

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric J. Ray <ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 3:43 AM
Subject: Job Hunting Trivia

>This comes from an agency I've worked with. This agency is a general
>high-tech placement agency (body shop) with no particular
>expertise in tech writers--as a matter of fact, I was the
>first tech writer placed by this (experienced) agent, although
>far from the first for the agency. The agency itself isn't
>particularly large or well-known, FWIW.
>> writers seem to be the most active job seekers. If I post
>>a job on DICE for any other profession, I may receive 5 responses the
>>first day and 1-3 per day after that. If I post a job for a tech
>>writer, I'll often receive 20 responses the first day and 5 per day
>>after that. I also receive at least two resumes a day from tech writers
>>who aren't responding to any particular job, just mass mailing to all
>>the recruiting firms in the area.
>No particular point here...just thought it was interesting information.
>( Web site for Silicon Valley high-tech
>jobs and for many others as well)
>Eric J. Ray RayComm, Inc.
> ejray -at- raycomm -dot- com
>*Award-winning author of several popular computer books
>*Syndicated columnist: Rays on Computing
>*Technology Department Editor, _Technical Communication_
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